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Remnants of ALLISON Advisory Number 13
 
Issued 15:00Z Jun 08, 2001
 
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 13 FOR THE REMNANTS OF T.D. "ALLISON" 
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
1100 AM EDT FRI JUN 08 2001

REMNANTS OF T.D. ALLISON DRIFT SLOWLY SOUTHWESTWARD...DELUGING
SOUTHEAST TEXAS AND SOUTHERN LOUISIANA...

THE SURFACE LOW ASSOCIATED WITH THE REMNANTS OF TROPICAL
DEPRESSION "ALLISON" WAS LOCATED NEAR 30.4N 96.2W...OR JUST NORTHEAST OF COLLEGE
STATION, TEXAS.  THE SYSTEM HAS BEEN SLOWLY SWINGING TO THE SOUTH-
SOUTHWEST OVER THE PAST 6 HOURS.  IT IS EXPECTED TO SLOWLY MOVE
SOUTH DURING THE NEXT 6 HOURS.  THE ESTIMATED CENTRAL PRESSURE IS 1005
MB...OR 29.68 INCHES OF MERCURY.  WINDS NEAR THE CENTER WERE GENERALLY NEAR
10 MPH...ALTHOUGH SOME WINDS OFF THE TEXAS COAST WERE GREATER THAN 20
MPH.

FLASH FLOOD WATCHES AND WARNINGS COVER A BROAD AREA...STRETCHING
FROM THE EASTERN THIRD OF TEXAS...THROUGH ALL OF SOUTHERN
LOUISIANA...INTO SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI.  FLOOD WARNINGS COVER SEVERAL
RIVERS AND BAYOUS IN SOUTHERN LOUISIANA...WITH SOME FLOODING
REPORTED NEAR THE BIG BLACK RIVER IS MISSISSIPPI.  AREAS THAT HAVE BEEN
INUNDATED ALREADY BY THIS SYSTEM WILL CONTINUE TO BE
PLAGUED...SOUTHEAST TEXAS AND SOUTHERN LOUISIANA CAN EXPECT
ANOTHER THREE TO FIVE INCHES OF RAIN DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS...WITH ISOLATED
HIGHER AMOUNTS.  ESTIMATES HAVE BEEN MADE OF UP TO 20 INCHES OF RAIN
DURING TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY IN LOUISIANA...CAUSING EVACUATIONS
FROM SEVERAL HUNDRED HOMES.  SEVERE WEATHER WAS REPORTED
THURSDAY ...WITH AT LEAST ONE TORNADO REPORTED IN LOUISIANA.  SEGMENTS OF STATE
HIGHWAYS IN FIVE DIFFERENT PARISHES HAVE BEEN CLOSED DUE TO
FLOODING.

SOME 24-HOUR RAINFALL AMOUNTS INCLUDE:

TEXAS (THROUGH 7 AM CDT, IN INCHES)

NACOGDOCHES...................5.54
HUNTSVILLE....................3.09
BEAUMONT......................3.97
LUFKIN........................4.29
COLLEGE STATION...............2.00

LOUISIANA (THROUGH 7 AM CDT, IN INCHES)

BATON ROUGE...................5.34
SLIDELL.......................4.07
LAFAYETTE.....................4.13
NEW ORLEANS-LAKEFRONT.........2.92
NEW ORLEANS AUDUBON...........2.06

MISSISSIPPI (THROUGH 7 AM CDT, IN INCHES)

NATCHEZ-ADAMS COUNTY..........1.49
GULFPORT......................1.59
MCCOMB-PIKE COUNTY............1.33

THE NEXT STORM SUMMARY WILL BE ISSUED AT 5 PM EDT.

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